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Eddie Elkins Orchestra - Who Cares


Published October 28, 1922


Eddie Elkins' Orchestra was one of the groundbreaking dance bands of the early 1920s, starting off as a hotel band in Los Angeles and then moving to New York. "Who Cares" was recorded on October 28, 1922 and features some nice pre-Armstrong jazz/novelty trumpet work. From the original 78rpm disk.


Source Original 78rpm disk (Columbia A3751) digitized by old78collector
Run time 2:55

Reviews

Reviewer: Robin_1990 - - February 18, 2008
Subject: Catchy little tune
I don't have much to say apart from the fact that this is a cute jazz song with good sound quality for the period.
Reviewer: Compumavengal - - October 23, 2006
Subject: Reminds me of the 1930's
Enjoyable. It certainly places you in the time when life was a bit slower, not easier.

Lots of horn and an easy two step that most folks could follow. This would be good background music for a vlog or for demonstrating a task.
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